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Anatomo-clinical and molecular description of liver neotropical echinococcosis caused by Echinococcus oligarthrus in human host.
Since humans rarely play the role as Echinococcus oligarthrus host, there is lack of knowledge about the complex infectious process. Only three cases have been reported to occur in humans in the… Expand
Prevalência dos marcadores sorológicos dos vírus das hepatites B e D na área indígena Apyterewa, do grupo Parakanã, Pará, Brasil
Com o objetivo de estudar a prevalencia dos virus das hepatites B (HBV) e D (HDV), nas aldeias Apyterewa e Xingu, do grupo Parakana, e avaliar o impacto da vacinacao contra a hepatite B, iniciada… Expand
Capillaria hepatica (Bancroft, 1893) (Nematoda) entre populações indígenas e mamíferos silvestres no noroeste do Estado do Mato Grosso, Brasil, 2000
- M. Soares, H. Nunes, Fernando Alves Silveira, M. M. Alves, Alex Junior Souza de Souza
- 1 September 2011
Capillaria hepatica is a hepatotropic nematode that infects rodents and other mammals. In 2000, eggs of this helminth were identified in stool samples from the indigenous population in Northwestern… Expand
Hepatitis D and B virus genotypes in chronically infected patients from the Eastern Amazon Basin.
Hepatitis D virus (HDV) is a defective hepatotropic virus whose infectivity is dependent on hepatitis B virus (HBV). HDV super- or co-infection leads to an increased risk of fulminant hepatitis or… Expand
Equinococose policística na Amazônia oriental brasileira: atualização da casuística
Mediante criterios epidemiologicos, clinicos e laboratoriais, foi levantada a casuistica de equinococose policistica no periodo de 1962 a 2003, no âmbito da Amazonia oriental brasileira, incluindo… Expand
[Prevalence of hepatitis B and D serological markers in the Parakanã, Apyterewa Indian Reservation, Pará State, Brazil].
In order to study the prevalence of hepatitis B (HBV) and D (HDV) viruses in the Parakanã Indians and to evaluate the impact of hepatitis B vaccination beginning there in 1995, 258 serum samples were… Expand
Neotropical echinococcosis: second report of Echinococcus vogeli natural infection in its main definitive host, the bush dog (Speothos venaticus).
- Manoel do Carmo Pereira Soares, Alex Junior Souza de Souza, +6 authors Marinete Marins Póvoa
- Medicine, Biology
- Parasitology international
- 1 April 2014
The bush dog (Speothos venaticus) acts as the natural definitive host in the life cycle of Echinococcus vogeli, the causative agent of polycystic hydatid disease, a zoonotic neglected disease in the… Expand
[Polycystic echinococcosis in the Eastern Brazilian Amazon: an update].
- M. Soares, Carlos Augusto Moreira-Silva, +7 authors J. A. Crescente
- Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina…
By means of epidemiological and clinical-laboratorial approaches was consolidated an update of polycystic echinococcosis in the Eastern Brazilian Amazon, period from 1962 to 2003, including… Expand
[Hepatitis A virus infection in Amerindian area in the east Brazilian Amazon].
The hepatitis A virus infection represents an important problem of public health all over the world, being related to the socioeconomic and hygienic conditions of the population. In Brazilian Amazon,… Expand
Etiology of cutaneous leishmaniasis and anthropophilic vectors in Juruti, Pará State, Brazil.
- L. Garcez, Daniela Cristina Soares, +7 authors J. Shaw
- Cadernos de saude publica
- 1 October 2009
In a preliminary study in Juruti, a mining municipality in western Pará State, Brazil, 12 out of 21 patients suspected of presenting cutaneous leishmaniasis showed positive PCR (SSUrDNA and G6PD):… Expand